Greens signal shift to give party members a say in choosing federal leader

Richard Di Natale, who has been re-endorsed as party leader, said the party’s main priority was tackling the climate change threatThe Greens have flagged letting party members have a say in the appointment of the federal parliamentary leader, as Richard Di Natale has been re-endorsed as party leader after the traditional post-election spill of positions.A meeting of the Greens party room on Wednesday resolved Di Natale would remain as leader, with Adam Bandt and Larissa Waters remaining in the deputy positions, assuming Waters takes the last Queensland Senate spot. Rachel Siewert is the whip and Janet Rice is the party room chair. Continue reading...

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